Food Walk in Old Delhi

Relishing exotic delicacies in the old city

Date and Time

Saturday 9 April, 4 pm to 8 pm

Meeting Point: 4 pm outside Fatehpuri Moqsue, Main Gate, Chandni Chowk.

Nearest Metro Station: Chandni Chowk

Parking available at Jama Masjid / Opp. Sisganj Gurudwara.

Mode of Commuting: Walk / Rickshaw

Description:

The food of Delhi is a gastronome’s and connoisseurs dream come true. We will wander in the lanes of Old Delhi, in search of forgotten foods, scintillating flavors from centuries ago, that are still alive in the melting pot of Delhi’s culture.

Some Places Visited (Options)

  • Khari Baoli: Asia’s largest spice market, shop here for food supplies.
  • Chawri Bazaar: Ashok Chaat Bhandar (Indian Street Food)
  • Bade Miyaan’s Kheer (dessert)
  • Paranthe Wali Gali (Indian Stuffed Bread)
  • Jalebiwala, Dariba Khan (Sweet shop)
  • Kake di Hatti (Stuffed Naan)
  • Giani di Hatti (Rabdi Faluda)
  • Natraj Dahi Bhalla
  • Ghantewala (Sweet shop)
  • Annapurna (Sweet shop)

Registration Details

Contribution: Rs. 1000/- per person.

Includes food purchases and rickshaw fares.

To register and for details contact Himanshu Verma / 41764054 / himanshu@redearthindia.com

Notes:

Wear comfortable footwear.

Our walk is 100% vegetarian.

(Click on images to enlarge)

Khari Baoli – Pic by Varun Shiv Kapur / Courtesy Wikimedia Commons